Thomas Tulis

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Thomas Tulis (born 1961) is an American photographer and painter living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. He was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Tulis lives a very simple life.[1]

After a couple of years of college, Tulis joined the United States Army. After the army he put all of his time and efforts into his art. In 1985 he was able to open his first studio and that same year was asked to do his first exhibition.

Work[edit]

  • In June 2002, Tulis work was selected to be part of "House: Ten Artists Photograph Domestic Architecture," an exhibit curated by Carol John at ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art. Evie McKenna, Rinnie Allen, Michael Stipe, Carl Martin, and Mark Steinmetz were also included in this exhibition.[3]
  • Tulis was represented by Agnes having had two solo and several group exhibitions there. Tulis was Agnes second solo exhibition.[4]

Quotes[edit]

  • Two hundred and fifty images laid before me and I was enthralled. They were perfect. I wished I used more of them. The photography brought a sense of presence, of immediacy and of realism to a space that I knew would soon be awash in metaphors within a visionary frame. -Steven Guynup[7]

Books[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Feaster, "Buh-bye Boho."
  2. ^ See Greiner's CV here.
  3. ^ "House: Ten Artists Photograph Domestic Architecture" [1].
  4. ^ According to this.
  5. ^ No. 130, according to Night News Vol. 5 No. 4.
  6. ^ Various Public Collections of Tulis work
  7. ^ Blake and Virtuality: An Exchange with Adam Komisaruk, Steven Guynup and Fred Yee

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